HS 324F — Globalization, Development and Governance

Meets for one-half semester and yields half-course credit.

Explores philosophical and policy debates concerning the benefits, costs, and different approaches to expanded global commerce and economic development both in economics and politics. Instruction and materials will place current debates about economic development and governance or globalization in a context that reflects both history and theory from the perspective of diverse nations, cultures and regions. Learning outcomes are an enhanced ability to assess arguments regarding development and globalization and to cogently analyze, speak, and write about them. Students are expected to actively participate in teaching and learning with written and verbal presentations. Usually offered ever year.
Mr. Kuttner